The rebranded Eaton HK – which completed massive renovations last year – just might be the city’s most progressive hotel, evidenced by the pride flag flying outside and the human rights booklet found in every room. The sprawling hotel has utilised its space well. For dining, there’s Foodhall, a food court offering a variety of international cuisines, as well as the excellent one-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Yat Tung Heen. The hotel is committed to promoting local art, which you’ll see displayed throughout the property. It also has an activist-in-residence, Chen Holok, who regularly organises hackathons in a bid “to encourage creativity among the city’s coders”.